Fall Newsletter from Dr. Motyka 2019

We are in the month of October and it is time to celebrate women’s health awareness. Here are some things we would like to keep you updated on for your gynecological care.
 

As of October 5th, 2018, the Gardisil 9 HPV vaccine has been FDA approved to include administration to women ages 27-45. This vaccine helps prevent high-risk HPV types that are found in a number of cancers including cervical cancer, and it also protects against low-risk HPV types that are associated with most genital warts. You can find this vaccine at your nearest health department or check with your local pharmacy.
 

We are also happy to announce that Raleigh Radiology on October 18th, 2019 will be offering free screening mammograms to the uninsured. They are being held at the Brier Creek, Cary, Cedarhurst, Clayton, Wake Forest, and Clayton locations. If you are interested give any of these locations a call to create an appointment.
 

Providing quality care has always been our main priority here at For Women, PA and we are open to any suggestions that you may have to better improve your experience.  To reach as many patients as possible, and to satisfy insurance requirements, we will be sending this questionnaire out quarterly. We do appreciate your time spent in completing this survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HPCSFQ6. Responses are confidential

Spring newsletter from Dr Motyka 2019

 

Dear Patients,

 

It has always been and continues to be my deepest hope and intentional effort to support your health and healing in the highest way possible.  There have been two recent issues that have caused confusion that I would like to clarify.

 

1. Scope of my practice.

 I am a gynecologist. I focus on gynecologic issues and preventive health visits for women. I use holistic approaches. If there are internal medicine problems that are out of the scope of my expertise, I will recommend a referral. I do generally recommend that a person have a primary care provider or access to an urgent care to handle issues such as acute respiratory problems, joint issues, etc, I have urgent appointments for gynecology issues only.

 

2. The Portal

 When I began using the portal for outgoing and incoming messages, I loved the idea that I could be more accessible to you and hopefully provide additional support for you. What I have learned over the last years is that this tool of efficiency is also one that is taking approximately 3 hours a day out of my practice time. On average, I get between 30-40 queries a day. With each query taking a minimum of five minutes, I am working through lunch and two hours into each night after my last patient. I had hoped to be able to open the practice up to seeing 1-2 more patients a day, especially for those in critical need. The portal time is also precluding my ability to do that.  

 

 I do not want to turn off the portal so in an effort to create balance, I am asking that you use the portal this way:

 

If I have recently seen you and you have questions regarding your tests, prescriptions, or an already established care plan, definitely please write me through the portal. I check it regularly throughout the business day.

If there are issues that we have not discussed before such as: new prescriptions, supplements, care plans, or you want to update me about your health, please wait until your next visit or make an appointment.  To provide medical advice on any of these topics requires that I pull your chart and evaluate your current prescriptions, allergies and care plan which is the equivalent of an office visit and is not quickly addressed. For your safety, questions of this type will be directed to make an office or phone visit.

Critical care and emergency issues cannot be addressed via the portal. Call the office so that I can see you quickly or as needed, or go to urgent care or the emergency room. The portal is not checked after hours or on weekends or holidays. So for urgent issues after hours, call the office to be put in touch with the on call Dr.

 

Thank you. I appreciate your understanding and please know that I will continue to put your health and care first and foremost in what I do. If you would like further clarification of these issues please see my website for in depth discussion of both these topics https://www.forwomengyn.com/practice-portal-information. If you have concerns or comments please call the office or use our office survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HPCSFQ6 . We can respond to anonymous survey comments on  the website at https://www.forwomengyn.com/patient-satisfaction

 

News from Dr. Motyka  Winter 2019 

News from Dr. Motyka February 2019

It is time for our quarterly patient satisfaction survey and newsletter:

 

We have added a few questions as we are considering adding appointment times and would like your feedback.  After each survey, based upon your suggestions, we work to improve our practice. To answer our survey click on this link https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HPCSFQ6

 

 As this is anonymous survey, we have a page on our website dedicated to responding directly to specific concerns. https://www.forwomengyn.com/patient-satisfaction

 

Kandyce has rejoined Dr Motyka’s Practice as her full time medical assistant.

 

As of March 1, Moss Beauty will be no longer sharing our space. We have a suite of 3 rooms and also a single room available for rent. If you are interested please call our office. 919 401-4515

 

We value your time and a goal for our practice is to see you at the appointed time. To help us stay on time, we request that for all annual or new patient visits, you please arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled visit time so that you can update your health history form. If you are going to be so late as you will miss half of your allowed visit time, it is our policy to reschedule your visit  so we won’t be forced to rush our time with you or make others after you late. Thank you for helping us stay punctual. 

 

As of 11/2/18 our business relationship with UWH-NC (Unified Women’s Health of North Carolina) underwent some restructuring so you may see bills from our practice with that heading.  Also if you are looking for Dr Motyka under different insurance plans you may need to search under UWH-NC.

 

We appreciate your trust in For Women, PA.  We want to be sure that we are doing everything that we can to best serve you. Wishing you a happy and healthy 2019!

 
 
News from Dr. Motyka Fall 2018 
HAPPY THANKSGIVING

At this time of Thanksgiving, we would like to pause and let you know how very thankful we are for the opportunity to collaborate with you on your health and wellbeing.

We are happy to announce that as of 11/26/18 Kandyce will be rejoining Dr Motyka’s Practice as her full time medical assistant.

We would like to apologize and thank you for patience while we worked to resolve some customer service issues.  We have high ideals for patient satisfaction, to help use provide the best care , we do appreciate you letting us know where we can improve by completing our quarterly survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HPCSFQ6 . If you have had a recent or new visit to our practice since our last survey, we especially invite you to give us your feedback.

After each survey, based upon your suggestions, we work to improve our practice.  As this is anonymous survey, we have a page on our website dedicated to responding directly to specific concerns. https://www.forwomengyn.com/patient-satisfaction

Earlier this month, our practice was happy to receive the BQPP certification by BCBS.  This is a year long certification process that recognizes practices for providing high quality, good value, and patient centered care.

As of 11/2/18 our business relationship with UWH-NC (Unified Women’s Health of North Carolina) underwent some restructuring so you may see bills from our practice with that heading.  Also if you are looking for Dr Motyka under different insurance plans you may need to search under UWH-NC.

We appreciate your trust in For Women, PA.  We want to be sure that we are doing everything that we can to best serve you. Happy Thanksgiving!

News from Dr. Motyka September 2018 

Thank you for choosing For Women, PA for your health care needs. We want to be sure that we are doing everything that we can to best serve you. We are sending out our Patient Satisfaction survey today. In order to reach as many patients as possible, and satisfy insurance requirements, we send this questionnaire out quarterly. We do appreciate your time spent in completing this survey at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HPCSFQ6.

After each survey, based upon your suggestions, we try to improve our practice.  As this is anonymous survey, starting today we will have a new page on our website that allows us to respond directly to specific concerns you include in your response. Please check out our website https://www.forwomengyn.com/patient-satisfaction

 for responses to your concerns.  

 

We have started using CBD oil and essential oils in our practice.  Please talk to Dr Motyka to see if these supplements might be a good option for you.

 

Due to recent questions about cancellations fees, late policies, and surgical scheduling deposits, we have updated our office polices on our website.  Please see this page to clarify any questions you have about our policies https://www.forwomengyn.com/office-policies

 

For BCBS Customers, as of 1/1/2018, BCBS is not paying for office blood draws.  If you want your insurance to pay for your venipuncture, you will need to go to a Labcorb drawing site . We can arrange this at your appointment.

 

Our practice, and Dr Motyka in particular,  just received the highest rating possible for the Patient-Centered Specialty Practice Recognition Award by the NCQA (National Committee for Quality Assurance) - an independent  not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving health care quality.  

Monday - Thursday     8:30 AM - 12:30 PM

                                             1:30 PM-5:00 PM

Friday                                   8:30 AM - 12:30 PM

                                             1:30 PM-3:00 PM

Saturday                             Closed
Sunday                                Closed

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